New chiropractic tool allows less pai...

New chiropractic tool allows less painful back adjustments

There are 149 comments on the Whittier Daily News story from Sep 1, 2008, titled New chiropractic tool allows less painful back adjustments. In it, Whittier Daily News reports that:

Friends Chiropractic's Dr. Yani Feliciano uses the PROADJUSTER on patient Norm De Vilbiss, 63, of Downey, in Whittier.

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Dr E

Atlanta, GA

#22 Oct 16, 2008
Stop running from my question with your tail between your legs.. answer the question diaper boy!...since you like to cut and paste your posts over and over I'll repost my question...

Hey Wisdump with all those "thousands" of post yet not one peer-reviewed research article disproving chiropractic. If you want to educate Doctors shouldn't you do it in the professional manner expected.Some opinions from 5 or 6 people is hardly "research" and has no credibility to the medical profession.Are you meatballs to stupid to realize that.I guess as you say "anything goes in chirotalker land". No standards. Just a bunch of opinions with no research to back it up. You have been exposed wisdump.Time to fantasize about men in diapers..

And how about answering the question on your degrees and credentials. Or are you like Nemo the numbnut and failed those big, bad, evil national boards...maybe you can give one of your diapers to Nemo to wipe his tears...You Frauds!!

Are you that ignorant to think the average lay person would go on your site and "see the light". What is there to educate them other than a bunch of bitter wimps that werent even smart enough to pass the Chiropractic boards. You have to be a complete idiot to thing your website actually does anything to deter people from seeing a Chiropractor. It actually does the opposite. People see through your diapers and smoke and mirrors. Just as you do on this site you are your own worst enemy and actually invalidate yourself with your comments and your website. You actually encourage people to see a Chiropractor yet are too stupid to even see it.

Thanks for making my life much easier and helping me spread the word about Chiropractic. Keep up the good work. Because of people like YOU others will try Chiropractic and will have their lifes changed by the effectiveness of its use.

You have been exposed wisdump.Time to fantasize about men in diapers..
nwtk2007

Garland, TX

#23 Oct 16, 2008
Wisdumb - "dre attempts to defend chiropractic by saying, "No standards. Just a bunch of opinions with no research to back it up"

Wisdumb,you numb nutt, DrE is not defending chiro with that statement, he is mocking you.

Wisdumb - "dre, chirotalk is still waiting for you to post your "research" showing that hio cures bedwetting."

Too funny once again. If any research were posted with regards to bed wetting, which I am not saying there is any, it would be quickly deleted by the "fellas" who have that power in that forum. Your invitation for research and evidence is hollow at best and, once again, demonstrates your lying, perverted nature.

DrE - "Hey Wisdump with all those "thousands" of post yet not one peer-reviewed research article disproving chiropractic."

DrE is right Wisdump, there is never anything that proves to be better than chiro in the articles I have read. When chiro is compared to specific meds, the conclusion is never more than chiro is equal to (at least as effective as ..)or no better than the med being compared to. And sometimes, chiro is found to be a bit superior. But NEVER have I seen "chiro was not as effective" or "chiro found not to be effective".

Also, DrE has posted articles and papers extensively and, of course, you haven't looked at any of them and are unable to make any specific comment about any one of them either.

Is this how you tried to pass chiro school, by cheating and lying and then, when you finally became a chrio, did you continue your lying ways with your patients and the insurance companies or were you one who failed the chiro boards several times because you cheated your way through chiro school and thus didn't have a clue about anything?

You probably went to one of those board review classes and it still didn't work because they only help if you have actually learned something in school, which a cheater wouldn't have done ... learned anything that is.

Is your diaper full Wisdump?
nwtk2007

Garland, TX

#24 Oct 16, 2008
"Are you (Wisdump) that ignorant to think the average lay person would go on your site and "see the light". What is there to educate them other than a bunch of bitter wimps that werent even smart enough to pass the Chiropractic boards."

Hello from nursing school!

Too funny as always.
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#25 Oct 16, 2008
Ummm, nwtk, thousands upon thousands of people visit "chirotalk".

Man, you really are stupid.

Still with your ad hominem attacks huh dope? "I tried to pass chiro school"? Yeah, with such high standards to gain entry, I'm sure its real difficult."

Especially when they ask, what is the "gold standard" for treating bed wetting and the correct answer would be.....all of the chiropractic techniques...they all work":.

sounds like chiro school was very challenging for you idiots.

Even more challenging with a full diaper I bet.
nwtk2007

Garland, TX

#26 Oct 16, 2008
More twisting and more lying.

Thousands upon thousands?

Sure.
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#27 Oct 17, 2008
You are in such denial.

Your chiropractic diaper must have exploded and stunned what little brain you have.

And regarding the regenerated pancreas. You are correct....chiropractic can no more effect it than it can effect the price of tea in china.

But you liars have no honesty left at all.
Dr E

Atlanta, GA

#28 Oct 17, 2008
Thousand visit the fraud website you associate yourself with. Not only are you ignorant wisdump but now have delusions of grandeurs. if thousand visit then why do only 6 or 7 or yopu failed lifers ever post. Do you think thousand visit this website?? The fact is more people DO visit this website than your cult site.
You are a complete fraud wisdumb..too stupid..what now diaper boy...more fantasizing about jim and I in diapers
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#29 Oct 17, 2008
Ha Ha The statistics are readily available dre. Go to chirotalk and find out yourself.

I don't know how many visit this website. I know at least 5 quackers do and many naive lay people do.

But one thing's for sure. MDs, PAs, PTs and current and former chiroractors post regularly on chirotalk. Some from Life (so they can speak from experience about what went on there) and some from every other chiropractic college in the country. Indeed, "esteemed" National grads have also posted.

So, while it appears your diaper has just exploded, at least you can get your head out of the crap and be honest for once.

Then again...you're aquacker.
nwtk2007

Garland, TX

#30 Oct 17, 2008
I am willing to bet that no more than 4 or 5 have posted in the last day or so, if that many.

Very easy to verify.

Why don't you do that for us Wisdump, and then we can see you for the lying pervert that you are.

Once again.
nwtk2007

Garland, TX

#31 Oct 17, 2008
Actually only 2 in the last 24 hrs.

Both anti-chiro failures.

Yep. Big surprise.

Thank you for pointing that out Wisdump.
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#32 Oct 18, 2008
At least you're reading chirotalk. Like I said...there's hope for even the most ignorant like yourself. There are thousands upon thousands of posts at chirotalk. They touch upon all the chiropractic scams and more. Keep reading.

But hey, you're a quacker among quackers. What's your treatment today, dummy? Clicking today? buying the "platinum" proadjuster today? You know, the other quackers who sell that product say its better than your quack technique.

Then again, how would you know what technique is best? You have no research that would indicate which chiropractic technique is best for treating a specific condition.

Man, that fact just kills you. But wait....I'm sure you have another excuse for that....he he he

That diaper explosion must have rocked your brain.

See you on chirotalk. Maybe you can beg the moderators to let you post. Just remember, they don't allow scams and bogus claims.
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#33 Oct 18, 2008
Re: chirotalk,

"But one thing's for sure. MDs, PAs, PTs and current and former chiroractors post regularly on chirotalk. Some from Life (so they can speak from experience about what went on there) and some from every other chiropractic college in the country. Indeed, "esteemed" National grads have also posted."

Since: Jul 07

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

#34 Oct 18, 2008
Wow ... so you've got drop-outs and couldn't-make-its from EVERY school? Well I guess that totally validates your sole source for chiropractic information then.

Putz.
nwtk2007

Garland, TX

#35 Oct 18, 2008
Reminds me of the school district near here where the main qualification to become a principal is to be a losing football coach.

BDC

“Want Truth?”

Since: Dec 07

South Carolina

#36 Oct 18, 2008
Wisdom wrote:
There are thousands upon thousands of posts at chirotalk. They touch upon all the chiropractic scams and more. Keep reading.
Yep all thousand postsare from the same four people, well the other few were kicked off for having an opinion.

Did you mention most are over two years old?

BDC

“Want Truth?”

Since: Dec 07

South Carolina

#37 Oct 19, 2008
If you wish I could count them for you and really show you how pathetic is.....it might take me an extra minute to count and ten minutes to navigate through the repetative forwards.

Wow ten forwards to the same thing. Real insiteful there. How about all links to one web site? Hmmmmm yes that is really based upon science there.

Give me a TRUE ANATOMY BOOK AND I can prove you wrong all DAY!

C'mmon I dare you! Oh yes that is right you can only bad mouth and not prove.

I wish you to quote verbatim, because I can and I will even use the book you choose. Please choose a book written since 1980.
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#38 Oct 19, 2008
Don't forget that the brilliant chiropractor, turned pharmacist, who exposed chiroquackery on Alan Alda's show also posts on chirotalk. Don't also forget current chiropractors, including those that have been very successful also post there. I guess you conveniently forgot to mention that. Ha Ha

Your illogical attempts to try and minimize their posts reaaly are quite stupid.

And bdc, anatomy books don't prove your crap at all.

There's no anatomy book in the world that says you can lightly torque the top vertebrae to cure every illness know to man. Nice try... he he he

You really are an idiot. The days of BJ Palmer are over. Your dumb claim that, just because a nerve runs through a foramen, doesn't mean its the cause of any illness. You've really got to stop scamming innocent people.

The chiropractic diaper is full......get real.
Think again wisdom

Pittsburgh, PA

#39 Dec 12, 2008
http://www.spineliner.com/Manuelle%20Medizin%...
This technology is used throughout the world. Wisdom just wants to hate chiropractors. Let's cheer for the drug companies who make up illnesses.
nwtk2007

Garland, TX

#40 Dec 12, 2008
Wisdump - "Don't forget that the brilliant chiropractor, turned pharmacist, who exposed chiroquackery on Alan Alda's show also posts on chirotalk."

Looks to me like he exposed his own quackery. Chiro's don't do what he is doing in the video.

Who really is this lying chunp?

Yeah, that's chiropractic alright.
nwtk2007

Garland, TX

#41 Dec 12, 2008
Wisdump - "Don't also forget current chiropractors, including those that have been very successful also post there."

And which ones might those be? The successful one's I mean?

Yes, I'll bet they are successful!

Get real.

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